Spring is arguably the best time to visit Tokyo. Along with the blossoming of the sakura cherry blossom trees, fewer tourist crowds, and of course beautiful weather, there are lots of exciting activities and traditional Japanese festivals happening around the city.

Tokyo is a dynamic international city full of diversity and excitement. Here you’ll be able to try some of the best sushi in Japan, but did you know that Japan also has a wide range of international restaurants? If you’re passionate about international cuisine, or if you’re just interested in trying something new, make a reservation at one of these highly-rated restaurants.

Tokyo: the streetwear fashion capital of the world and the home of the Harajuku scene. For a shopping experience like no other, and for the most avant-guard fashion finds, check out the top 5 newest, trendiest shops in the city.

Tokyo is known for its fashion districts, neon lights and tasty food. Check out these restaurants if you're looking for a fine dining experience in Tokyo.

 

The Japanese take their food very seriously, and these lunch places will not disappoint.

Most recommendations of what to do in Tokyo usually involve either shopping or eating. Check out this guide if you are looking for a different experience of Tokyo.

 

Tokyo's more than a dozen shopping districts can make shopping in the city a stressful experience. To help you, here is a list of the five must-visit stores within the city.

The exhibition, sponsored by Breguet, is running at the Mori Arts Center Gallery, and provides a tribute to the unfortunate queen, a very important customer for watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet.

From the best catch of the day to signature dishes, seasonality reigns supreme

Western culture is taking hold of the Japanese capital, with Japan-born, European-trained artisans setting up shop across the city